Practice Makes Perfect

Yesterday was spent swearing, shouting and almost throwing stuff out of the window. Oh the joys of doing a load of work and discovering its for naught, or finding that one forgot to push the magical update button. Sometimes I love building and adapting websites, yesterday I blooming hated it. Despite my inept website building skills, things have improved and there are just a few bits left to do.

Painting wise, I have got into trouble for painting too many naked women, so I shall be reverting to landscapes and portraiture. I have an idea in progress of doing some work based around people like Krishnamurti, Schweitzer, Einstein and others. I shall be doing a portrait of Aleister Crowley at some point as well. Hopefully they will be posted as they are completed, if not before.

The current backlog of incomplete work

I recently ‘recycled’ a whole bunch of old artwork and prepped it for use as new with the help of thick white emulsion paint. This will save the hassle of having to order stuff online and I do not mind if I botch something, as the work underneath was already botched. They say practice makes perfect and I feel I am always practicing and improving myself, not just whilst creating but in any number of ways

Published by Peter Craig-Mcfeely

Artist, gardener, Karateka, university undergrad. student, employee, dare I say it writer..? I was diagnosed with Autism/ADHD earlier this year. At times life can be quite interesting. I write on several things and used to believe in conspiracy theories, the New World Order and secret Govt. agenda's. I now study more interesting subjects.

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